Deutsche Bank has listed 10 ETFs on the Nasdaq OMX Stockholm, tracking a range of developed market and sector indices.
The bank has released four funds based on MSCI benchmarks, comprising MSCI World, Europe, Japan, and USA.
The range includes two ETFs tracking the DAX index, with one providing short exposure.
Deutsche has also listed the Stoxx Banks Index fund, the Euro Stoxx 50 Short Index fund, the S&P 500 Inverse Index fund and the Stoxx 600 Banks Short Index fund.
Head of db x-trackers ETFs Thorsten Michalik says as the first foreign ETF issuer in the Nordic region, db x-trackers looks to grow the popularity of ETFs in this area and will continue to introduce further products on international indices as well as asset classes like commodities and fixed income.
Nasdaq OMX senior vice president Jenny Rosberg says Deutsche Bank's entry into the Nordic ETF market provides simple, cost efficient access to a wide spectrum of internationally recognized indices and will boost the interest for ETFs in the region.
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